Congratulations to swimmer David Sweezer!
AAAA State Champion - 500 Free Style
Nation Ford High School sent 3 Unified soccer teams to the SC Special Olympics Fall Games. Nation Ford was represented by 8 Special Olympic athletes and 6 partners. There were 2 Special Olympic athletes and 5 partners who trained with the team but were not able to make it to the actual event.
Winning a gold medal was the black team with Kendall Little, Cory Johnsen, Amber Wesson, Carter Jarrett and Taylor Queen. Both the white and red teams came away with silver medals. The white team consisted of David Newman, Ben Gillam, Brody Hanushek, and Jake Flynn. The red team was comprised of Matt Preusser, Jim Jacobs, Sara Oxenfeld, Ethan Jarrett and Gabriel Jarrett. Ben, Kendall, and Sara led the team in scoring with 5 goals each. The partners did a terrific job of helping their fellow students succeed on the field which was awesome to see.
The 5th Annual Carolinas Student Hunger Drive this is our fourth year participating) will take place the month of October. We are excited about your support as we embark on a great district wide tradition that our community will look forward to year after year. With your efforts, we will work together in the quest to end hunger in Charlotte and the surrounding communities. The cans that we collect, will come right back to the Fort Mill community to help those individuals in need. Nation Ford High will be competing with local and Charlotte area schools. Please encourage your students to bring in cans next week especially to their first block class.
Monday night the Student Council and the LEAD Class competed in the 5th Annual Student Hunger Drive Talent Competition. We are happy to announce that our students took home 1st place! The prize for winning is 1,000 pounds of food to add to our food drive! Please continue to add to the pounds the next 6 weeks to help stop hunger in our community. Students, Parents, and Students bring in the CANS!
NFHS STUDENTS WIN TOP HONORS, PRESENT AT SCSPA FALL CONFERENCE
COLUMBIA, SC - For the second consecutive year, Nation Ford High School’s literary magazine, Voices, was named the Best in State for 2014 by the South Carolina Scholastic Press Association at their annual fall conference at University of South Carolina on Oct. 6.
Five students earned individual awards for their work in Voices as well: 2014 graduate Sarah Blair won first place for the Best Spread Design; 2014 graduate Samantha Buckley and senior Hannah Bucciarelli took second place for Best Cover; junior Cameron Levosky earned second place for Best Poem, and 2014 graduate Katie Kesey won third place for Best Art.
Voices also earned a Superior rating from SCSPA. Creative writing teacher Beth Swann serves as adviser to the publication.
Advised by Chuck Walker, the NFHS yearbook, The Ford, earned an Honor rating.
Walker and two of his students, senior Sarah Catherine Swinford and junior Natalie Chuck, offered a session entitled “SOS: Save our Staff” for broadcast journalism students at the conference.
A total of 61students in the journalism program at NFHS attended the conference.
NFHS is extremely proud of our
very own outstanding teacher
Chuck Walker for winning
the district’s 2014
Teacher of the Year!
Thanks for all your hard work and dedication
to our students. We always knew you were super...now everyone else does!
NFHS Marine Corps JROTC Best in the 5-State Region!